This is the advice of an ex leader of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings. According to Mr. Rwalings, there was no need for a war over Trump and Jong-un’s disparities, the state-owned Daily Graphic reports.
“If the world has to put up with Trump, Trump will have to put up with Kim Jong-un,” he said in a tweet on his known handle.
If the world has to put up with Trump, Trump will have to put up with Kim Jong-un.
Tensions between Pyongyang and Washington have been at a high. The latest twist being the North Korean position that the U.S. had declared war on them as a result of comments made by Trump.
Washington has denied that there has been any such declaration. The tensions have largely been due to U.S. threats that North Korea had to give up its nuclear and missile warfare development initiatives which threaten global peace and security.
The back and forth has involved Trump at a point promising ‘fire and fury’ with Jong-un hurling similar rebuttals. Trump’s threats in his first United Nations General Assembly address was dismissed by Pyonyang as akin to a ‘dog rant.’
Then President Bill Clinton and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton welcome Ghanaian President Jerry John Rawlings (L) and his wife Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings ® to the White House for a State Dinner February 24, 1999.